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A Teacher’s Experience with Remote Learning

Mentor Jordan Bulger discusses positive outcomes from remote learning this spring, and how Quest Forward Academy was able to achieve them.... Read More

Quest Forward Academy Santa Rosa Students Win Big

Before switching to distance learning, Quest Forward Academy Santa Rosa students kicked off the year 2020 strong by earning big at a number of Math and Science events that they attended. Student-Driven Success At the beginning of... Read More

Get to Know: Jen Dalbey, Mentor

Current Subject: English (including Journalism and Debate), Social Sciences, Government, Economics Years Teaching Overall: 23 years, with experience teaching high school, college, and corporate training and development Joined... Read More

10 Reasons Why I Love Being a Mentor

I started teaching in 2012, and I have taught at different levels and institutions. But being a teacher who is a Quest Forward mentor has been one of the better parts of my career so far. And here are my reasons why I love being a... Read More

Get to Know: Ryan Luther, Mentor

First-year Math Mentor Ryan Luther engages students at Quest Forward Academy in Omaha. He brings many years of experience to the classroom, likes to share how math applies to the real world, and also has a handy supply of power... Read More

Get to Know: Emanuel Mrema, Mentor

Emanuel Mrema is a Social Sciences Mentor at Natiro Secondary School in Tanzania. In this profile, he speaks on his experiences as a mentor in Tanzania, including why he became an educator, what he would design a quest on, and his #1... Read More

Engagement: A Proactive Approach

When a student is fully engaged, both success and failure hold similar value and they apply their coursework to real-world situations. This ideal level of an engaged classroom originates from mentors, who are the facilitators of... Read More

The Process of Making Progress: Quest Forward Learning Takes Hold in Tanzania

Tanzania needs young people with the skills to create new opportunities for themselves and others; to develop their communities and our country; and to lift the health, well-being, and standard of living of our country’s citizens.... Read More

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